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CSPAN
Jul 11, 2011 7:00am EDT
.s. and panama with eric wasson of "the hill." "washington journal" next. ♪ host: after president obama holds his news conference this morning at 11:00, presented to you live here on c-span, we are told that he will meet again with congressional leaders about the united states deficit and what to do about it. talks have stalled, deadlock, stagnating, depending on what you read. we want to get your thoughts this morning on where they might be headed. democrats, for republicans, 202- 624-1115. what is your message today? mr. hawkins, good morning. thank you for joining us. everything has been casual, from what we can see. but we heard that things turned rather testy quickly. can you give us a sense of what happened last night? >> what is important to remember is that what happened last night is the president continued to try to press ahead with his call for the so-called grand bargain. a 10 year, $4 trillion deficit reduction plan that would be matched with an increased amount of borrowing power for the government. the president was met with resistance. the last time that he pressed for it, everyon
MSNBC
Jul 19, 2011 4:00pm EDT
trade. we need to review these trade agreements? we're launching a series today looking at panama and korea, and none of free trade. all of some version of tilted trade, yet the government doesn't do anything about it, and the best answer i get as to why they don't, because there's american corporations who are long china or invested in china. american corporations that benefit from these panama deals and american corporations are lobbying our government to per pech waited the type of rigged trade that's costing us jobs. is that a fair characterization. >> it's mostly fair, but, dylan, while you're right in many of the points you've made here, i think the issue is that the government needs to make -- someone needs to take the courage, have the courage to make decisions. we're stymied now. >> i'm going to put it -- >> i agree. >> the regulation fees, because i believe in a certain amount of regulation. comes as surprise. >> denny does. i don't want to put words in his mouth. >> but the question i have, this is a question i posed last week. i agree with you. you reed stories like pe
CSPAN
Jul 21, 2011 10:00am EDT
will immediately help our economy. there are three pending free trade agreements with colombia, panama, and south korea that will create jobs and are at no cost to the taxpayer. all together it's estimated by the business round table that these three agreements will create 250,000 jobs. how can we not pass these agreements that will create jobs and not cost the taxpayers? today i want to talk about the benefits of the panama free trade agreement. in 2010, u.s. exports to panama accounted for $6.1 billion, creating $5.7 billion in trade surpluses with panama. the united states is panama's largest trading partner and once the agreement goes into the -- go into effect, 88% of u.s. products will go into panama duty-free. what exports will benefit from this? our top exports are aircraft mark sheenry and agricultural products. in the 23rd district of texas, which i have the privilege of representing in the united states house of representatives, agriculture is an important source of economic activity. the panama free trade agreement will help agricultural products in my district and those districts acr
Univision
Jul 26, 2011 11:00pm EDT
uno ya terminado y otro en progreso, vamos a panama con las imagenes. san francisco de panama recibio al seattle sounders de la mls y al final de los 90 minutos los canaleros se quedaron con la victoria de 1-0 sobre el sounders, el unico gol fue producto de un penal por una mano dentro del area y el gol lo marco roberto n recien a los 27 minutos del primer tiempo, fue la unica anotacion pero la proxima semana sera el partido de vuelta en seattle. en estos momentos herediano le esta ganando bueno se preguntan y ha pasado con el tema de la supuesta corrupcion en la fifa. pues les cuento que la propia fifa le dio a los dirigentes caribeÑos una Última oportunidad de dar su versio Ón de lo ocurrido en un encuentro en trinidad en el que mohamed bin hammam les habrÍa ofrecido dinero a cambio de que votasen por Él en las elecciones para presidente del organismo rector del fÚtbol. si no dan explicaciones convincentes, podrÍan ser suspendidos de por vida, igual que el lÍder del fÚtbol asiÁtico. al menos nueve paÍses caribeÑos han cooperado con la investigaciÓn de la fifa. un dÉc
MSNBC
Jul 20, 2011 1:00pm PDT
that are preposterous, with colombia, panama and south korea. the south korea we're actually paying north korean slaves money that goes to north korea so they can re-fund their nuke lard program. that strikes me as stupid. thank you, richard. we'll begin right now. >>> the big story today, political poker, washington upping the ante. good afternoon, my name is dylan ratigan. nice to be seeing you. put on your poker face, my friends. president obama summoning congressional leaders back to the white house. first the democrats go with the -- the republicans shortly thereafter. they say they have a bipartisan proposal. we'll see how bernie sanders feels about it. it won't be done in time to raise the desert ceiling. all bets are on a short-term -- expect some sort of gang of six, reid/mcconnell hybrid deal. all you really need to know, whatever this deal is, it does nothing to address the structural causes of our deficit and joblessness from tax reform to trade reform to bank reform. instead you have politicians cutting things that are politically desirable for their constituents so tha
CSPAN
Jul 11, 2011 12:00am EDT
.s. and panama. that is live at 7:00 a.m. eastern here on c-span. >> you are watching c-span, bringing politics and public affairs. it is a public program of the news of the day. we tonight, hearings. then the oral argu
CSPAN
Jul 10, 2011 10:30am EDT
caucus states. >> the senate finance committee backed free trade agreements with south korea, panama, and colombia on thursday. the south korea agreement passed without any support from republicans who opposed renewing funding for trade adjustment assistance, a program that helps american workers displaced by trade. the house ways and means committee passed a similar bill this week, but without renewing trade adjustment assistance. here is a portion of the senate hearing on the trade agreements. it is just over one hour. >> will meet today to consider trade agreements. president truman said when there is no leadership, things stand still. progress occurs when leaders see the opportunity to seize things for the better. we cannot afford to stand still and the late progress on the trade agenda. our competitors are gaining ground. u.s. exporters are losing business and opportunities for growth. while we stand still, the european union has created an agreement. canada's agreement with colombia will take effect next month. this was in the jobs we need to our competitors. if we fail to act,
MSNBC
Jul 20, 2011 4:00pm EDT
and bank secrecy in panama, the re-funding of the north korean government to develop a nuclear programs through the back-door payoffs out of south korea, and then colombia. give us the highlights of why this deal is so disgusting. >> people are worried it doesn't address the violence. in your introyou said there's no more dangerous place in the world to be involved in a union. they've had nearly 3,000 murder of unionists in the last five years. clop bhiia and the u.s. agreed to plans over the course of months and years colombia will address some of these problems and institute some legislation that's supposed to protect unionists. the concern is it's just window dressing. it's not exactly tied to the trade agreement itself. >> scott, isn't the point of these deals for the businesses in america that lobby to get them and benefit from them, whether it's with klein or whatever? access to cheaper labor, less regulation, less environmental restrictions, et cetera, et cetera. it's beautiful if you run a business. i just dropped your costs by 50%. there is no better way to keep wages down by d
SFGTV2
Jul 8, 2011 10:30pm PDT
to be a commemoration of the panama canal opening. he had these girls dancing at the dedication. he had a baby being pushed in a carriage. the sundial was dedicated at night. it is kind of a strange little thing. it is there and you can go see it. this is another before and after shot that shows it around 1900. this is in the 1950's. they started carving away. that building is still there. it is where the lakeside district is. i like the rocket. a well-known builder in the area, an admirer of henry ford, the idea of getting this down, having an assembly line, build this in quick-style. this is a 1932 -- i think he built this house. he was a pragmatic businessman. this has spanish colonial revival elements. a few years later, it is streamlined. modern. stylo-crat. it is better than being aristocratic. to sell them, he had to come up with clever names like that. like lafayette. he went with the popular taste. when the modern architecture started coming in, he was happy because it was less work. >> very little detail. you see detail in brought the city. people took tract homes and tried to individualiz
FOX
Jul 18, 2011 5:00am EDT
ssalled freeetrade - agreeemnts for colombia, panama and south korea -- to ptream--ine government pegulation and to get a deal on raiding the debt ceiling and cutting the deficit.(fs ) the chamber released a survey of small usiness executivvs that found that 64-percent of them plan to 3& nineteen percent said they would add new employees ; twelle-percent said they would cut employees.(fs)) seventy-nine percent of pxecuuives said in the poll that washington should get out - of the way to create more jobs. fifteen percent said that washinggon should offer companies more of a helpiig hand. and seven-percent said that washington hoold proviie more assistance to small companies. (on //cam) in healthccrr enrolling in a healthcare exchangg sounds a little &pdaunting, smaal businesses will now have to wwit unttl two thousand- fourteen. (vo) the depaatment of health -3 anddhuman serviccs has released a framework of regulations to help states begin building their affordable insurance exchanges. sebelius says: "when these
CSPAN
Jul 7, 2011 11:00pm EDT
with south korea, colombia, and panama cleared hurdles in congress on thursday, but there was disagreement over a program to help displaced workers hurt by trade agreements. later, president obama and members of congress talked about debt ceiling negotiations. tomorrow, nasa will launch its final space shuttle flight. atlantis is scheduled to lift off late in the morning, although anticipated bad weather could delay the takeoff. on fridays "washington journal," scptt -- scott pace and mark matthews will join us to talk about the future of space flight. the senate finance committee backed free trade agreements with south korea, panama, and colombia earlier. the house ways and means committee passed a similar bill, but without renewing the trade adjustment assistance program. here is part of the finance committee hearing, chaired by senator max baucus of montana, there on your screen. >> will come to order. the committee meets today to consider draft bills of free- trade agreements with panama, south korea, and columbia. president truman once said that when there is no leadership, society wi
CSPAN
Jul 10, 2011 10:00am EDT
-- south korea. tomorrow we will look at panama. tomorrow, we will hear from the co-founder of the progressive change committee talking about progressives and the obama administration. we'll also talk to scott hodge about taxes and revenue. in our last segment, we will be talking with erik wasson of te "the hill." thank you for joining us. we will see you tomorrow morning. [captions copyright national cable satellite corp. 2011] [captioning performed by national captioning institute] ♪ ♪ >> next, "newsmakers" ohio congressman jim jordan and then president obama's town hall meeting on twitter. >> this week, congressman jim jordan, republican of ohio and chairman of the republican study committee, welcome. we had two reporters to help us ask questions. the republican study committee as a group of over 175 republican conservative members. the president has said that both sides need to have political pain and both sides need to drop their ultimatums. do you have an ultimatum? >> we sure do. that is what we call cut, cap, and balance. it is a plan that we think makes
Univision
Jul 26, 2011 6:00pm EDT
panama al seattle sounders de la mls y el herediano de costa rica al alpha united de guyana. ademas esta noche les diremos como poder ganar boletos para el partido internacional entre el salvador y venezuela el 7 de agosto en el rfk, y no solo boletosm tendremos otros regalos, no se lo pierdan esta noche solo a las once.
Univision
Jul 27, 2011 6:00pm EDT
. a primera hora en panama, san francisco supero 1-0 a seattle sounders de la mls, el Único gol fue producto de un penal cobrado muy bien por roberto brown a los 27 minutos del primer tiempo. en costa rica, herediano sin piedad goleo 8-0 al alpha united de guyana, para hoy se vienen tres partidos mas. toronto fc recibe a real esteli de nicaragua, en el salvador, isidro metapan contra puerto rico island en todo listo y preparado para el partido de las estrellas de la mls esta noche 8:30 en el red bull arena de nueva york manchester united se medira al combinado de la mls en lo que se adelanta serÁ un especta culo deportivo de primera y lo tendremos en vivo y en ijole yo creo que yo estoy igual de feliz y de contento para mi no hay ninguna diferencia porque, estoy sintiendo lo mismo que cuando fue la primera vez ,este, igual estaba viendo los partidos en la te
ABC
Jul 12, 2011 5:30pm EDT
america down towards panama and costa rica and a few storms over puerto ricou. i don't see indications of a new tropical storm or hurricane. tomorrow 91 and again although it will be hot the heat a little less searing we'll say. tomorrow night 61. that is less muggy and really beginning to get milder beginning tomorrow night because the next few days after that feature temperatures only in the mid 80s. and that will continue right into the weekend. so right now looks like a fantastic trend here for mid july which can be our hottest day of the year. yesterday gave us a run for the money. today was not part. >> thanks a lot. >>> if you can't be at the pool or ac one of the coolest ways to beat the summer heat is outside with a snow ball. fred slade shows us how one local fan is helping customers deal with the heat. >> reporter: ice, ice and more ice. >> it is a hot day. i want something nice and cold. you can't beat bob's snow balls. >> reporter: it is a baltimore tradition of keeping cool by eating a snow ball no matter what flavor you like. >> i got fruit punch. it's good. >> typical
NBC
Jul 11, 2011 9:00am EDT
. >> exactly. >> last but not least, panama hat. >> people style watch, of course, we've seen many celebrities wearing this. thank god we finally moved on from thefy do fidora to this. this is a straw panama, good choice for summer. >> kate, great to have you here with your hats. thank you. >>> coming up next, delicious ways to cook snapper. relat recipes from one of australia's most popular chefs. >>> this morning on "today's" kitchen, snapper two ways, one that you can do in a flash and another that will awe your dinner guests. recipes are from one of australia's most well-known chefs, michael moore. and they're from misnew cookbook "moore to food." micha michael, good morning. wow, that was hot oil there, right? >> the key to snapper is to get a crispy skin, and you need the pan hot. i'm trying to justify that. >> that's what we're going to be making, red snapper. i love your cookbook because you made it easy. you give us the beautiful version and here's one that you can make at home. >> the thing is to inspire people to cook. cooking isn't that difficult. trying to cook two pieces of snapp
CSPAN
Jul 31, 2011 1:00pm EDT
. for example, it would have made it a crime to mention that former panama dictator noriega who had been a cia asset at the same time that he was convicted of big time drug dealing, that that mention would have been illegal under lieberman's view. whatever your view is, lieberman's attempts to completely shut down wikileaks and prosecute its staff under the espionage act doesn't commend him for, as a candidate for inclusion in the pantheon of first amendment heros. and the espionage itself, the espionage act itself is a mess. it was enacted in 1917 during world war i at the insistence of president wilson. it was the first loyalty-type law, um, that congress had enacted since the discredited sedition act of 1798. and that has a bunch, it's a mess. a hodgepodge of provisions, virtually unintelligible that seem to make it a felony not just to hand over a secret document to the a spy, that's pretty straightforward, but also to, quote, communicate information, quote, relating to the national defense to people not, quote, authorized to have it if this could, quote, could damage the united states or
Telemundo
Jun 30, 2011 6:00pm PDT
marfil y mexico ante panama.... ---la concacaf dio a conocer los mejore goles de la pasada copa oro... y aqui le muestro los tres mejores... el numero tres es este remate de bolea de andres guardado en el partido mexico ante costa rica en la fase de grupos... el dos es esta jugada coloctiva de estados unidos en la final encontra de mexico... donovan puso con este el dos a cero... y el numero uno usted ya lo sabe como se lo vuelvo a mostar y usted lo seguira viendo es esta genialidad de giovani dos santo... aver si en argentina anota goles ingual de buenos... ---y en notas de ciclismo.... el atleta espaÑol alberto contador ya se esta preparando para volve acapara el tour de francia.... el ciclista iberico que estuvo involucrado en un caso de doping por clenbuterol... fue exonerado y el pasado mes gano el giro de italia.. contador se ve con buenas posivilidades de ganar estos dos grandes enventos en un mismo aÑos.. el tour de francia iniciara el proximo domingo... ---y para cerra con el deporte blanco...la tenista rusa maria sharapova regrasara a una final de wimbledon luego de vencer en
CBS
Jul 18, 2011 11:00pm EDT
, lawmakers had to authorize specific loans, like borrowing the cash to build the panama canal, for example. what moody's wants wouldn't be good for moody's. one month ago, a whopping 69% of the public thought the debt ceiling aught not be raised. now that dipped to 49%. and the number of folks who figure it should go up, that's almost doubled. now why is that? i think it's because they have been listening to our nasty, partisan, uncertain, but all too democratic debate over the debt ceiling and many have decided that while more debt is bad, default would be worse and knowing all that, hopefully they are demanding that our leaders find the common ground to fix both of them, which would be better for all of us, including moody's. anita. >> astronauts on nasa's final shuttle voyage floated out of the international space station today. they left behind a u.s. flag and commemorative shuttle model to mark the end of a 30 year era. kind of a minishuttle. shuttle atlantis is set to undock early tomorrow and due to land at florida's kennedy space center early on thursday. >> so anny, you have a d
CSPAN
Jun 30, 2011 11:00pm EDT
, colombia, and panama. they disagreed with the inclusion of a program with aid workers who lost their jobs due to outsourcing. the negotiations on the free trade agreement had become "not just" so they decided to block them. and then outgoing secretary robert gates's outgoing ceremony. he is the first defense secretary to serve both the republican and democratic president. all of this is next on c-span. >> nasa administrator charles bolden speaks with the national press club tomorrow. >> this is the day fourth of july weekend. we will visit the smithsonian museum of natural history. former first lady laura bush and overtime and the white house, and her more spoken from the heart pinned in a panel including former clinton brusca for terry -- former clinton press secretary. >> senate majority leader harry reid announced today that the senate will council in its budget will cancel its july 4 -- will cancel its july 4 break. he spoke for about 15 minutes. >> i announced this morning that we would be in session next week. what we have to do is too important not to be here and try to resolve wha
CSPAN
Jul 10, 2011 8:00pm EDT
was scott hodge. later, a look at the pending trade deal between the u.s. and panama. this is live at 7:00 a.m. eastern on c-span. >> c-span has launched a new easy to navigate website for politics and the presidential race. there are links to c-span media partners. tomorrow, house financial service committee barney frank is an update on implementing the regulations law. watch live coverage at 10:00 a.m. eastern on c-span. they talk about the deficit reduction plan. they put forth a package of $4 time with the cuts. earlier today, the leader of the republicans in the senate that could the house speaker remark, they are raising taxes is a bad idea. he did you continue to press for his plan. he wanted a deal that includes entitlement reforms and tax increases. there indicating that there could be more talks tomorrow. there is a press conference with president obama and the white house briefing room tomorrow morning at 11:00 a.m. eastern right here on c-span. right here on c-span.
CSPAN
Jul 29, 2011 9:00am EDT
south korea, colombia and panama. these agreements were signed over four years ago, and this administration has had more than two and a half years to submit them to congress for consideration, but they have failed to do so. unfortunately, we are going to have to continue to wait at least until september before we get a vote. why does it matter that we pass these agreements? it matters for two reasons, mr. president. first, because expanding trade opportunities creates american jobs. second, because we live in a competitive global economy, and other nations are not standing still while we delay. economists overwhelmingly agree that expanding trade opportunities creates jobs. the obama white house, for example, estimates that enactment of these three trade agreements will boost exports by at least $12 billion supporting over 70,000 american jobs. the fact that lowering barriers to u.s. exports will create jobs for american workers is just common sense. consider that our market is already largely open to foreign imports, including those from korea, colombia and panama.
CNN
Jul 3, 2011 1:00pm PDT
to a jewish family. >> i'm from somalia. >> my name is gabby sheldon and i'm from panama. >> hello, i'm i am from hungary. i'm very grate to feel the country. thank you very much. god bless america. [ applause ] >> my husband and i, we fled the communist country of hungary. it's not that it was very bad living under communist government. but now that we know how different another life, another side is, it was very bad. ♪ >> under communist government, you had one choice, to get a russian-made car. you had to pay half of it up-front, and then a quarter. you haven't even had a chance to pick for a color. you hated a yellow car, but by the time you're supposed to pick up your car, if there was only a yellow car on the lot, you had to take it, otherwise your number thrown back for three years ago. so for the rest of your life you saved up your money for a car and you hated a yellow car, but you're going to have to drive a yellow car because that was the only car available. ♪ oh beautiful for spacious skies, for amber waves of grain ♪ ♪ for purple mountains majesty above the fruited plain
CNN
Jul 17, 2011 8:00pm PDT
from the atlantic to the pacific oceans traditionally rely on the panama canal route can instead use the northwest passage saving hundreds of millions of dollars. a third of the world's natural gas is believed to be under the polar ice cap. the arctic riches contain everything from oil to minerals to diamonds. not everyone believes the quest for resources means competition. in anchorage i was briefed by professor brigham lawson. >> there is complexity. can be friction. but not at a high level of military conflict issues that i would see. >> reporter: professor lawson's colleague from the university of calgary disagrees. >> i think at this point we are on the cusp of becoming remilitarized. people are thinking in military terms more than they did since the end of the cold war. >> back at ice camp, military exercises are, indeed, under way. >> maverick, roger, all lines to sierra, receive. >> reporter: the command hut monitors and communicates with u.s. submarines 24 hours a day. >> this is the connecticut right here. that's us in the middle. >> reporter: in the past submarines had to
CNN
Jul 23, 2011 5:00pm PDT
of the world. if the arctic sea open up, ships traditionally rely on the panama canal route can instead use the northwest passage, saving hundreds of miles and hundreds of millions of dollars. a third of the world's natural gas is believed to be underneath the polar ice cap. the arctic riches contain everything from oil to minerals to diamonds. but not everyone believes the quest for resources means competition. in i was briefed by professor lawson brigham. professor brigham's colleague from the university of calgary disagrees. >> i think at this point, we're on the cusp of becoming remilitaryized. people are thinking much more military terms than they ever did since the end of the cold war. and back at ice camp, military exercises are, indeed, underway. >> maverick, roger, this is at last, all lines delta. >> the command hut monitorings and communicates with the u.s. submarines 24 hours a day. >> that's new hampshire here. and this is the "connecticut" right here. and that's us in the middle. >> in the past, submarines had to surface to communicate. one of the systems in development allows
FOX News
Jul 27, 2011 11:00pm PDT
was in the panama canal having a party, and i bugged myself. >> did you find out anything? >> no. we were taking senators' aides down there. we would a party for them. i forgot we bugged the building. >> isn't this a good thing? isn't this being more safe than sorry? >> this is why i'm nervous, bob is working for the government. >> you may be looking for one thing, maybe you stumble across a few terrorists. >> do you think it's okay that the warrant can g fbi can go ine without warrant? recently suspicion, they can. >> where is the left? they were screaming about george w. bush and the warrantless wiretaps going after terror suspects? here we've got the nsa eavesdropping on american citizens. >> we're still screaming about it from the left. that's the point. it was bad for bush to do it, bad for obama to do it. it's stepping on the bill of rights. i want them out of my life. >> that's monica's point. >> can i just mention, there's hypocrisy going on here. if a crime occurs, we find out later we had the ability to track something, and we didn't, then we'll scream bloody murder. we had the technol
FOX News
Jul 16, 2011 12:00am PDT
do i know about that? they said we have the panama canal treaties. they said why don't you stay here. and then they made me the assistant president of national security of national relations which means i had to carry that secure stuff up. if anybody out there couldn't get into the government because of a background, i applied for my security clearance and it was $36 9 pages. and it turns out my roommate was an fbi informant. i headed up athletes in the war in vietnam. i found him. >> i have a minute left. >> is that all we have? this has been your life. why did you come to fox? >> i couldn't find work anywhere else. >> i came to fox. it was a true story. i got into a situation where i was extorted by a bunch of people for $50,000. i went to work with the cops undercover to try and catch them and it turns out this was a prostitution ring which it didn't do anything. and they asked me to set up a woman. long story short and they busted her. the next thing i know i get a call saying you were in a hotel room with a hooker and i said wait. the judge said -- judge, i gotta be able to talk
FOX News
Jul 22, 2011 12:00am PDT
with in panama last year? >> whatever it was i am impressed. well done, my friend. way out of your league. >> i was way out of my league. the beckhams have hoisted another child on to the planet. is enough enough? >> i hate to defend them, but the fact that they are using them to spur this argument is upsetting. i don't think any -- anyone should determine how many children you have. >> and it is for publicity. >> they are. but i feel some sympathy. >> it is out right hatred for using them. >> the minister of parliament says we live as though we have three planets instead of one. but ryan, we could have three planets. we just don't know it yet. right? >> that's a good segue, greg. >> let me change that. >> they are terrible people for having a baby? really? this guy beat up a paparazzi. she was a member of the spice girls. he cheats on his wife. >> how dare you, the spice girls are basically our rolling stones. aren't they? and posh is their mick jagger. >> there are american -- they are our american version of the who. >> leeann, you get the last word. aren't they just anti-people? they talk a
FOX News
Jul 8, 2011 6:00pm EDT
. free trade agreements with south korea, panama and colombia are ready for congress to approve. >> it will help businesses sell more american-made goods and services to asia and south america. supporting thousands of jobs here at home. >> reporter: but republicans are refusing to attach a measure to retrain miles per hours whose jobs are shipped overseas may not have the votes to pass on its own. the 9.2% unemployment rate would have been worse but a quarter million people stopped looking for jobs and they weren't counted. the unemployment rate has been above 8% for 29 straight months. that is the longest stretch sense the great depression. >> bret: wendell goler live on the north lawn. thank you. wall street did not take the jobs news well. the dow as you see dropped 62-1/3. s&p 500 gave back 9-1/2. nasdaq finished 13 behind. get more on the market reaction and a look ahead from fox business network correspondent peter barnes. good evening. >> good evening. the major indexs rebounded at the end of the day after declines of 1% this moshing. the jobs report was the second weak o
KICU
Jul 18, 2011 11:30pm PDT
know that the jet made a stop in panama city florida before continuing onto houston texas. it then stopped again this time in prescott arizona and an area known for spas and treatment centers for going to orange county and finally up to san carlos on the penninsula and that is where we find heather holmes tonight standing by live with this possible california connection. >> reporter: we tracked that plane, it's a pc12 similar to the one you see here and it left santa ana yesterday afternoon and arrived hire at san carlos an hour and a half later but it's not clear if anthony was on board. it's still a secret as to where anthony is spending her first day of freedom. this is the last confirmed saying of her. 12:09 sunday mob morning. >> she needs some security some protection at least on a short term. >> reporter: san francisco security expert rick smith said she needs to lay low given the death threats from people angry she was acquitted of killing her daughter. >> i think her attorneys probably told her to get distance from florida, change her appearance. >> reporter: a
FOX
Jul 18, 2011 10:00pm PDT
in panama city florida before continuing onto houston texas. it then stopped again this time in prescott arizona and an area known for spas and treatment centers for going to orange county and finally up to san carlos on the penninsula and that is where we find heather holmes tonight standing by live with this possible california connection. >> reporter: we tracked that plane, it's a pc12 similar to the one you see here and it left santa ana yesterday afternoon and arrived hire at san carlos an hour and a half later but it's not clear if anthony was on board. it's still a secret as to where anthony is spending her first day of freedom. this is the last confirmed saying of her. 12:09 sunday mob morning. >> she needs some security some protection at least on a short term. >> reporter: san francisco security expert rick smith said she needs to lay low given the death threats from people angry she was acquitted of killing her daughter. >> i think her attorneys probably told her to get distance from florida, change her appearance. >> reporter: a member of her defense team admitted plans wer
PBS
Jul 4, 2011 11:00pm PDT
in the panama canal book, because so much of that story is french. and a lot of the research for that subject was there, in paris. and then it went back again for adams, because he and abigail were there for a long time, and he played a crucial part during the revolutionary wear. the revolution war. what i really wanted to do was taking a look at a period which the adams franklin jeffeon me hadeen word over pretty well included by me. >> charlie: in the hemingway period. >> donep and down. and here was this -year gap a it was, in which some of the most interesting and influential americans ever were there and were greatly affected by the experience. and that threw me. i also feel strongly and i felt it increasingly as i thought more and more about the american story, that our history isn't just about generals and politicians. and that if we leave out the art, the music, the medicine, the realm of ideas, if we leave out educators and sculptures and architects, we're leaving out much not only of the subject matter of our sty, but the soul. >> charlie: and the permance of a civilization. >> ex
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